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  1. GreiverBlade

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    i bet the rig is in the garage and he's a ... hum ...







    LUMBERJACK!!!! :peace: "IM OUT, dont hit me!" it really look like it was wood sawdust
     
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    lizard guy is sick. rotten lizards smell really really foul. we had one get trapped and elecricuted in a electric box, we didnt know where the smell was coming. smells as bad as rotten corpses.
     
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    not small one like that and when dried like that they dont smell at all (oh well not the noticeable rotten usual scent) its not rotten its dried.

    but indeed when rotten they smell like any rotten creature (or human) :D
     
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    Electrical contractors tore out old CAt5 when they demoed areas and then ran new CAT6 from remodel areas back to the existing network closet. Then they had to move the patch panels around in the switches. This is what we were left with:

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    Yes, that orange cable you see is fiber, and in one place it's completely looped around two of the CAT6 cables. I was pissed when I saw that. :mad:
     
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    A nightmare in blue . . .and yellow, and orange -- and the blending of the cables makes me think I'm seeing green sometimes.
     
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    Damn T, you have about a month worth of work there to straighten that out.
     
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    get tha Salsa its spaghetti time!

    :roll: ... i quoted this after making that comment and noticed only now the name of the image :p

    ahahah mind reading!
     
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    Label all the cables, take the closet down after hours and rewire it should be a few hours at least. I think I do it fairly quickly.
     
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    unless your avatar state the truth! ;)
     
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    Lol that usually only refers to my personal endeavors. The business one always get
     
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    the one stuck in our place was a small one. older ones are smarter not to mess with 220V XD

    its true they dont smell after drying up.
     
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    Dear baby jesus...
     
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    It gives a new meaning to the furry donut, aka FurMark...
     
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    Holy crap! I worked at Microsoft for the last year doing lab technician stuff, and was taught to cable things the completely opposite way.
     
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    That looks like Des.das.dude's PC

    I forgot to mention that this pic was after I had to separate some of the patch panels to put in cable management that they forgot to :rolleyes:

    I still haven't had the time to clean that up. Kinda hard to when you have six people doing the work of ten :banghead:
     
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    This was a woman's laptop. I'm glad I didn't have to go to her house.

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    I'm sure there is some DNA on it
     
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    i'd charge extra to work on that. health hazard.
     
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    Damn, some of the pics here are just......"shudders", and Sir B. where do you find those pics:eek:

    I've encountered some nasty PC's but most weren't as bad as some here.
    Currently at work so I'll update post after I return home and dig through the files (just switched to and SSD so new windows and I think most related files were on previous HDD T-T)
     
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    Its about 3-ish years old.
     
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    It took 3 years for that person to realize the pc needs cleaning? Holy molly...
     

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